HOW TO “SUCCEED” WRITING: Books, Blogs, Movies or Plays
by: ellis j. still
Vondell Richmond is accomplished in the world of Theatre Arts by way of directing, writing and acting. He “is a unique teaching artist that blends quality techniques with an infectious passion for the arts.”
I personally had the chance to work with Vondell as the set designer on a play that he directed. His creativity, his energy, and his style of motivation are like no other, and he brings out the best in all who are involved in the project.
Vondell Richmond decided to utilize his experience and his skill sets to help other succeed in creating.
He has put together a free four part series on writing books, blogs, movies, and plays. V has written four books, wrote, directed, produced and distributed a movie, and will draw from these and other creative theatrical experiences to provide content in a way that only Vondell can do it.
If you already have a book or two under your belt, these sessions can still provide a creative spark, new insight, or a different way of approaching things in your writing.
If you don’t believe me, you can hear it directly from him…
To register and obtain access codes for the free event, http://vondellcoaches.eventbrite.com/
For more information about Vondell see, http://about.me/vondellrichmond
© 2011, Ellis J. Still. All rights reserved
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